Aliro Raises $2.7 Million Spun Out of Harvard University's Quantum Computing Lab

September 19, 2019
Publication: Yahoo! Finance

Aliro comes out of stealth with $2.7M to ‘democratize’ quantum computing with developer tools

September 18, 2019
Publication: Tech Crunch

Is the world ready for cross-platform quantum programming?

Harvard's Prineha Narang and colleagues hit upon a neat way to compile programs to emerging "noisy" quantum systems, and now they've commercialized the work in a startup Aliro.
September 18, 2019
Publication: ZD Net

Aliro aims to make quantum computers usable by traditional programmers

Different quantum designs are suited to different workloads. Aliro hopes to provide a common platform to minimize differences and make it easier for businesses to adopt quantum.
September 18, 2019
Publication: Tech Republic

Why we invested in Aliro Technologies

September 18, 2019
Publication: Samsung Next

Aliro Technologies Lands $2.7M to Help Developers Go Quantum

September 18, 2019
Publication: Xconomy

Aliro Democratizes Quantum Computing By Making It Accessible To Any Developer

Company launches from stealth raising $2.7 million; backed by Flybridge Capital Partners, Samsung NEXT and Crosslink Ventures
September 18, 2019
Publication: Business Wire

A quantum computing startup that spun out of a Harvard lab just came out of stealth mode with $2.7 million in seed funding from investors like Samsung

September 18, 2019
Publication: Business Insider

WilmerHale Invites Harvard Tech Startups West to Showcase Innovations

July 24, 2019
Publication: Wilmer Hale

Harvard Entrepreneurs’ Summer Road Trip

July 12, 2019
Publication: Harvard Magazine

Going west

July 11, 2019
Palo Alto event showcases Harvard tech startup formation
Publication: Harvard Office of Technology Development

2019 Harvard Summer Venture Incubation Program

June 10, 2019
Publication: Harvard Innovation Labs